Simon Bohlin

Growing up between a lake and a forest in Sweden, with mountain silhouettes (or hills, with a more worldly perspective) just visible on the horizon, I was looking for something to do.

I tried to "debug" all the things - like any unguarded ink pens, and them put them back together again.

With reading, I started vacuuming the house's ominous book shelves, reading anything I could find on useful technology, structure, words of foreign languages, and sci-fi.

After discovering programming, I experimented. I started by adding lives and energy to games, then binary editing Windows programs to improve their UX.

Years later, together with friends, we created utility software for fun and profit, and ended up starting a company. Being part of a dojo just off (T) Odenplan began a journey filled with studying information theory and practice, languages of all kinds and travelling - which has landed me in a company that celebrates quality with a Swedish/Japanese aesthetic.